Wow, I'm impressed. We who vote regularily (I've missed 3 elections since 1972, and those only on minor local bond measures, usually with really good excuses like being sick) talked about how great it was to see people taking an interest, finally!
We got a choice of electronic or paper. I opted for electronic because there was one paper booth, and six electronic ones. Besides, I voted touchscreen last time. It took just under an hour to get to the voting booth, and only a few minutes once there, since I mark everything up on my sample ballot beforehand...though I found to my chagrin that I had forgotten to mark one page, so I had to reread the initiatives and remember what I had decided. And they had switched around the order in which various offices appeared.
It will be interesting to see how everything turns out, the initiatives as well as the election.